Open for business: Why digital co-innovation pays off

Credit to Author: Peter Weckesser| Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2021 14:20:36 +0000

The digital revolution has impacted every sector of the global economy. For industrial companies, it has transformed manufacturing into a customer-centric, “mass customization” endeavor (often referred as “lot-size-one”) that makes… Read more »

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Open for business: Why digital co-innovation pays off?

Credit to Author: Peter Weckesser| Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2021 14:20:36 +0000

The digital revolution has impacted every sector of the global economy. For industrial companies, it has transformed manufacturing into a customer-centric, “mass customization” endeavor (often referred as “lot-size-one”) that makes… Read more »

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Looking to DCIM to Manage a Hybrid IT Environment that’s Resilient, Secure, and Sustainable

Credit to Author: Kevin Brown| Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2021 12:00:00 +0000

It’s been a while since I read Who Moved My Cheese but I thought of the book recently when speaking at DCD New York City about the future needs of… Read more »

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What does it mean to be an “Open” BMS?

Credit to Author: Wendy Torell| Date: Thu, 20 May 2021 12:00:00 +0000

As societal and business pressures continue to push building owners and operators to improve the efficiency, sustainability, productivity, and tenant experience of their buildings, the role of the BMS is… Read more »

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Schneider Electric Partners with REV to Deliver the First Services-Oriented Medium Voltage Drive in Western Canada

Credit to Author: Anthony Arrigucci| Date: Wed, 19 May 2021 16:00:55 +0000

Introduces the AltivarTM Process ATV6000 for the Canadian Market Schneider Electric and Calgary-based REV have teamed up to bring Western Canada improved operational control with AltivarTM Process ATV6000. ATV6000, a services-oriented medium… Read more »

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The work-from-home employee’s bill of rights

Credit to Author: Galen Gruman| Date: Thu, 21 Jan 2021 03:00:00 -0800

Remote work became the new normal quickly as COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns came into force in spring 2020, and it’s clear that after the pandemic recedes, remote work will remain the norm for many employees — as much as half the deskbound “white collar” workforce, various research firms estimate. As a result of the sudden lockdowns, many employees had to create makeshift workspaces, buy or repurpose personal equipment, and figure out how to use new software and services to be able to keep doing their jobs.

Users and IT departments alike made Herculean efforts to adapt quickly and ensure business continuity, and the result was an improvement in productivity despite the pandemic. But now the pandemic has become a longer-term phenomenon, and remote work will become more commonplace, even desirable as a way to save on office expenses and commute time, even after the pandemic subsides.

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Chrome vs. Edge vs. Firefox: Which is the best browser for business?

Credit to Author: Preston Gralla| Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2021 03:00:00 -0800

What’s the most important piece of productivity software in the business world? Some might say the office suite. But if you look at the time spent actually using software, the answer may well be the web browser. It’s where people do most of their fact-finding and research.

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Easing into the new year with a modest January Patch Tuesday

Credit to Author: Greg Lambert| Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2021 12:47:00 -0800

Microsoft rolled into 2021 with a fairly benign update cycle for Windows and Microsoft Office systems, delivering 83 updates for January.

Yes, there is an update to Windows defender (CVE-2021-1647) that has been reported as exploited. Yes, there has been a publicly disclosed issue (CVE-2021-1648) in the Windows printing subsystem. But there are no Zero-days and no “Patch Now” recommendations for this month. There are, however, a large number of feature and functionality groups “touched” by these updates; we recommend a comprehensive test of printing and key graphics areas before general Windows update deployment.

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